Archive for November, 2009

Securities Based Life Insurance; Opportunity or Inevitable Disaster?

November 19th, 2009 1 comment

Variable life insurance is a form of cash value life insurance where the risk of investment is put squarely on the shoulders of the consumer as opposed to the insurance company. At least in the real old days of the insurance market, investment risk was entirely on the shoulders of the carrier but since we entered Read more…

Life Insurance Pricing… Where is it going?

November 11th, 2009 No comments

It’s been widely understood that life insurance rates have been coming down since, well, forever. There was a point not too long ago where if an insured individual with a term insurance policy was willing to take an insurance physical and complete new paperwork every year, he could reduce his premium annually even though he was a year older and the new policy would last a year longer. In fact it was common for policy owners and agents who were on top of things to do Read more…